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Jones Day | USA | 30 Sep 2010

Pregnancy discrimination case effects change in Ohio law

The Ohio Supreme Court recently rejected the Ohio Civil Rights Commission's ("OCRC") long-held position that an employer's failure to provide maternity leave for pregnant employeesregardless of the employee's length of serviceconstitutes sex discrimination under Ohio law.


Jones Day | United Kingdom, European Union | 10 Sep 2008

European Court of Justice rules that disability discrimination by association is unlawful

The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) issued its ruling in the case of Coleman v Attridge Law & Steve Law (ECT C-30306), in which Ms. Coleman sought to bring a claim that she had been discriminated against by her employer contrary to the U.K.’s Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (“DDA”) because of her responsibilities relating to the care of her disabled son.

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